After clinching the World Twenty20 women’s title beating Australia here, West Indies skipper Stafanie Taylor on Sunday heaped praise on her team for giving their best and said she was waiting for this moment for a long time.The West Indies beat three-time defending champions Australia by eight wickets in the final at the Eden Gardens here. (World T20 final: West Indies vs England, Live Scores) For the West Indies, Hayley Matthews (66) and captain Stafanie Taylor (59) were the top two run-scorers chasing Australia’s total of 148/5.”I’ve been waiting for this a long time and it has come at the right time. We played some fantastic cricket today. Didn’t get the start we wanted with the bowling but the batting has done it for us,” skipper Stefanie said at the post-match presentation ceremony here.”Fantastic to know that the men’s team were behind us. (Men’s captain) Darren Sammy sent me a text this morning that we were going to win, just wanted us to back ourselves and give our best,” she said.WATCH: Unbelievable scenes here in Eden Gardens as #WI Women share their celebrations with #WI Men! #WT20 #WT20Finalhttps://t.co/UngZJQzpdX ICC (@ICC) April 3, 2016This is the first time the West Indies have won the trophy. By winning, they halted Australia’s juggernaut that had won three consecutive World T20s from 2010 onwards.
October 18, 2018 Categories: Local San Diego News FacebookTwitter Posted: October 18, 2018 SAN DIEGO (KUSI) – University of San Diego has the best university in the state for business, management and marketing degrees according to rankings released Thursday by college decision-making website College Factual.USD’s business, management and marketing department topped UC Berkeley, University of Southern California, University of San Francisco and Cal Poly San Luis Obispo among California schools. College Factual deemed USD’s School of Business the eighth-best in the country as well.“These rankings highlight the outstanding learning environment including small classes, cutting-edge curriculum and opportunities for international study that position our undergraduates for success in the business world,” said Stephen Conroy, the School of Business’ associate dean for undergraduate business programs.College Factual ranked the schools based on students’ post-graduation earnings, the schools’ accreditation and the number of students at each school majoring in a program related to business, management or marketing. USD is the highest-ranked school west of Texas on the list.Babson College in Wellesley, Mass., as the top undergraduate business program in the country. University of San Diego ranked as best business school in California by College Factual KUSI Newsroom, KUSI Newsroom
Texas Gov. Greg Abbott (R) is counting on a pool of $30 million approved by the Legislature earlier this year to prevent the loss of any of the state’s 15 installations in a future BRAC round as well as strengthen some by attracting new missions.The governor’s Texas Military Preparedness Commission meets next month to review grant applications from communities, which can collect up to $5 million each over the state’s 2016-17 fiscal biennium. Grants are capped at $2.5 million yearly.“We have so much to offer as a state in the context of national security that you can’t duplicate,” Commission Chairman Paul Paine told the Fort Worth Star-Telegram. “The installations in Texas all have very high national security value,” said Paine, a former commander at Naval Air Station (NAS) Fort Worth.The host communities for NAS Fort Worth, a joint reserve base that grew out of the closure of Carswell Air Force Base, hope to secure $4.5 million to improve access into the facility’s east gate.“We want to be prepared if there is” another BRAC round, said Fort Worth Councilman Jungus Jordan, president of the Texas Mayors of Military Communities, the main group that persuaded state lawmakers to allocate the grant money.“We don’t have Fort in front of our name by accident. We’re a military town. We will always be a military town,” Jordan said.Leaders in the state’s other defense communities also are positioning neighboring installations for a new round of base closures. “It’s not a matter of if another BRAC will happen; it is when,” said Bob Murdock, director of San Antonio’s Office of Military Affairs.Nevertheless, the state’s installations should fare well in a future round, according to defense analyst Loren Thompson, CEO at the nonprofit Lexington Institute.“Texas doesn’t have a lot to fear from base closures,” Thompson told the Star-Telegram. “Nobody is going to close a place like Fort Hood or the Army depot in Corpus Christi.” Dan Cohen AUTHOR
Kolkata: On the eve of the announcement of the results of the 2019 Lok Sabha elections to constitute the 17th Parliament, Trinamool Congress supremo Mamata Banerjee has written a poem titled ‘Jaruri’ on Wednesday. In the poem, Banerjee has mentioned the recent incidents involving the Centre.Through the verses, she has repeatedly hinted at the emergency-like situation that has prevailed in the country throughout the tenure of the Modi government. In the poem, she has mentioned about note ban through the line-“Madhyo rate siddhanto- otao jaruri…” while also taking a dig at the meditation of Narendra Modi in a cave at Kedarnath through the line- “Ganatantra Guhae- otao jaruri.”